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BF Corpa Gothic Pro

BF Corpa Gothic Pro by BrassFonts
Individual Styles from $39.00
Complete family of 16 fonts: $259.00
BF Corpa Gothic Pro Font Family was designed by Guido Schneider and published by BrassFonts. BF Corpa Gothic Pro contains 16 styles and family package options. More about this family

About BF Corpa Gothic Pro Font Family

BF Corpa Gothic™ Pro is a kind of “Neue”-Edition of the beloved typeface designed by Guido Schneider. Inspired by hand-drawn geometric fonts from 1920s posters, this sans serif typeface is slightly condensed, and it appears compact and captivates with its expressive shapes and unique details, despite its pronounced Grotesque character. With its rather constructed, technical – but also vivid – appearance, the BF Corpa Gothic™ Pro is not only suitable for headlines and display applications, but is also pleasant to read in short and middle length text. The type family is engineered for exciting, professional but unusual designs. It is equipped with OpenType Features like 4 figure sets (LF, TF, OSF, SC), nice ligatures, many currency symbols, fractions, alternates, special characters, arrows and symbols – and small caps. 9 style sets give you the option to individualize and adjust the typeface to the requirement of your design, without changing the general visual feeling. In this way you can also switch the simply slanted styled Italic into a “real Italic”. Each of the 16 fonts (Upright and Italic) contains more than 940 glyphs and supports up to 220 Latin-based languages.

Designers: Guido Schneider

Publisher: BrassFonts

Foundry: BrassFonts

Design Owner: BrassFonts

MyFonts debut: Nov 13, 2019

BF Corpa Gothic Pro

About BrassFonts

BrassFonts, from Cologne, represent a concentric corrective to typographical junk. The mission and the goal of BrassFonts are to discover and design typefaces that do more than simply transport the content of the text